5 Tell-Tale Signs That Your Learners Are Ready For A Responsive eLearning Course

How do you really know when it’s time to leave your classroom training or desktop-based courses behind and take a responsive eLearning approach? Thankfully, there are several signs that can provide you with the answer to that all-important question.

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Top Tips On Best Device Decisions For Planning Successful Mobile Learning Projects

Are you eager to make use of the benefits of mobile for learning but not certain how to start? This article will outline the top tips for how to tackle those tough first decisions so that you and your team can make the best plans and preparations for successful mobile training projects.

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5 Easy Steps To Turn Next-Gen Into A Competitive Advantage

Sophia, a bright 16 year old student, is writing an assignment on osmosis. Not surprisingly, Sophia is bored with her text book! She quickly googles the term; reads a section of an eBook and watches a two-minute video on the same. Sophia is Gen Z. In this article we will examine how to turn next-gen into a competitive advantage.

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Top 3 Myths About BYOD In The Classroom

BYOD has gained some momentum in today's education system. More and more educational staff seriously consider the adoption of BYOD in their instruction. So let's place the next 3 myths about BYOD in the classroom right next to dragons, flying horses, and the treasure at the end of the rainbow.

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Trends in learning delivery and design

Die Fülle an Trendreports der britischen Open University (OU) ist gerade etwas verwirrend. Mit der vorliegenden Aufbereitung von sieben Trends will man sich offensichtlich an die Zielgruppe der Unternehmen annähern, schließen doch alle Stichworte mit einem Absatz “What does it mean for workplace L&D?”. Anyway, das sind die Themen:
“Online social learning” (z.B. MOOCs), “Learning to learn” (double loop learning), “Maximising engagement through storytelling” (serialisation), “Using learning analytics in course design”, “Bring your own devices”, “Learning through events” (Hackathons), “Dynamic assessment”.
Open University’s (OU) Institute of Educational Technology, Newsletter, 27. Juni 2016 (pdf)